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This Week In History News, Oct. 8 – 14
Uncovered Auschwitz letter reveals camp's horrors, Civil War letter reveals the origins of "kick ass," and a German WWII POW returns to the U.S. to thank his former captors.
This Infamous Serial Killer Wanted To Have His Ashes Scattered On His Old Hunting Grounds
A judge has also now ruled that his burial cannot involve the piece of music he'd requested either.
Elusive Sand Kittens Caught On Video In The Wild For The First Time Ever
After years of searching, researchers have finally given the world a look at these adorable cats.
California Dad Loses Part Of His Skull After Drinking Too Many Energy Drinks
"I will never give up on him. Because love is selfless, and I love him more than life itself."
True Horrors Of Auschwitz Revealed By Prisoner’s Buried Letter Found At Nazi Camp
Nadjari wrote in his letter, "If you read about the things we did, you'll say, ‘How could anyone do that, burn their fellow Jews?’"
British Punk Rocker Turned ISIS Recruiter, The ‘White Widow,’ Killed In Syria
Jones, who was once a member of an all-girl punk band, joined ISIS after converting to Islam and traveling to Syria in 2013.
Circus Bear Attacks Handler During Show [VIDEO]
The bear attacked the handler after "losing understanding" with him, a spokesperson said.
New ISIS Training Video Reveals Bizarre Training Methods
Despite this ridiculous training method, ISIS remains a serious problem in Yemen, attacking both sides of the civil war raging in the small nation.
Vampire Scare Causes Mob Violence, Murder In Malawi
In the southern districts of Malawi, vigilante mobs killed at least five people they believed drank human blood as part of magic rituals.
WWII Nazi POW Returns To American Prison Camp To Say ‘Thank You’
“No guard called us nasty names. I had a better life as a prisoner than my mother and sister back home in Germany,” said the former POW.
South Korea Preparing ‘Blackout Bombs’ That Could Shut Down North Korea
South Korea has concluded that North Korea has had 19 missile tests this year alone, including two ballistic missiles capable of reaching the US mainland.